The award-winning novelist will return to the stage at the 66th GRAMMY Awards on February 4, 2024.
Noah was hailed by the US Recording Academy, which announced the news on Thursday, for his ability to merge humor with a genuine passion for music. This has persuaded both the in-house and at-home audiences in his prior years as a presenter.
The Grammy Awards are a peer-determined music award, with voting handled by the Recording Academy’s membership of music creators.
SiZe, an R&B singer from the United States, leads the pack with nine nominations for the 2024 ceremony.
Her revenge hymn “Kill Bill,” disguised as an R&B ballad, won her nominations for record of the year, song of the year, and best R&B performance. “SOS” is nominated for album of the year as well as best progressive R&B album. SZA has been nominated for record, album, and song in the same year for the second time. Africa finally gets its own category The American music industry’s Grammy Awards announced on Tuesday that they will be awarding a gramophone to the best African music performance at their next edition.
In a historic category, rising musicians such as Nigerians Ayra Starr, ASAKE, and South African Tyla will fight against worldwide megastars Burna Boy and Davido.
With seven nominations, Phoebe Bridgers is the second most nominated. Six of them are in her boygenius band. Six were also awarded to Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Brandy Clark, Jon Batiste, and producer Jack Antonoff.
The 2024 Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on CBS and Paramount+ on February 4 from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.